2022-11-25 08:55:02

Mexico fan tries and fails to sneak booze into Qatar World Cup inside his binoculars

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Daily Star
By Harry Brent

Talk about 'looking suspicious'.

A couple of sly-eyed Mexico fans were caught sneaking booze into the stadium ahead of their country's clash with Poland on Tuesday in a pair of fake binoculars.

FIFA made the controversial decision to ban the sale of alcohol inside the grounds during the World Cup after allegedly bowing to pressure from Qatar's Royal Family, who like the majority of the country are strict Muslims and completely teetotal.

To ensure the ban is upheld, supporters must go through a security check before entering each stadium, which is where our Mexican friends were caught red-handed.

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